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Hospitality Q Kentucky

TownePlace Suites opens for business in Kentucky

Marriott International’s TownePlace Suites by Marriott Owensboro will open June 28 in Owensboro, Kentucky. The new hotel at 3365 Hayden Road will opeate as a Marriott franchise owned by Owensboro Hotel Partners LLC and managed by Superhost Hospitality of Naperville, Illinois.

Hospitality N Illinois

CREW Chicago hosts discussion of hospitality development trends

On May 29, CREW Chicago hosted a discussion luncheon, Lifestyle Hospitality Development Trends: A Conversation on the Chicago Hotel Market. The luncheon included a one-on-one chat between Chicago’s leading hotel developer—John Rutledge founder, president and CEO of Oxford Capital Group, LLC—and Sophie Bidek, partner with Hartshorne Plunkard…

Hospitality p Tennessee

110-room Fairfield Inn opening near Memphis

A 110-room Fairfield by Marriott Inn & Suites will open June 18 in Collierville, Tennessee. Located at 10290 Collierville Road, the Fairfield Inn & Suites Memphis Collierville will operate as a Marriott franchise owned by Southern Hospitality, LLC and managed by Hospitality Management Advisors of Memphis.

Hospitality i Ohio

Courtyard by Marriott opening in Toledo

The new Courtyard by Marriott Toledo West is scheduled to open its doors in Toledo, Ohio, June 13. The new hotel, located at 3536 Secor Road, has 118 rooms and will operate as a Marriott franchise owned and managed by Key Hotel & Property Management of Toledo.

Hospitality N Illinois

Convexity Properties proposes new hotel in Chicago's Loop

Convexity Properties has proposed building a 13-story, 307-key hotel at 180 W. Randolph Street, which currently contains a non-operational surface parking lot. According to an email from 42nd Ward Alderman Brendan Reilly to his constituents, the select-service hotel would include a lobby and small hotel bar on the ground floor, as well as m…

CRE O Indiana

Electric Works project to put charge in downtown Fort Wayne

| Dan Rafter

Development is already booming in the Indiana city of Fort Wayne, with $800 million in investment dollars already flowing into the city’s downtown. That’s why the Electric Works mixed-use development is such good news for this city. The sprawling development will bring new life to the 39 acres that once served as the Fort Wayne home of Gene…